Re: bug 207725 (console-common) still breaks console keymap
On Wed, 2003-09-10 at 02:49, Andreas Wüst wrote:
> I did a long deferred update (due to heavy lack of time), which also
> updated console-common to version 0.7.26, and after reboot, the console
> keymap was messed up (feels like some us keymap or something similar).
> During update, console-common mentioned something about "keymap to
> install: NONE" or similar.
> Ok, no problem I thought, and dpkg-reconfigured console-data
> (interestingly enough, console-data is still from woody), [...]
So you seem to be running a stable/sid hybrid? Have you ever considered
adding testing to the mix? :)
> 2) There escpecially is the problem that I don't know which to take for
> the internal keyboard of a TiBook I: usb oder normal/standard (how was
> it called?)? (Looking at dmesg output, the kernel seems to detect the
> keyboard as an adb one, hmm, I still didn't comprehend the
> linux-keycodes mess..)
The 'USB' in 'Apple USB' is misleading, the point is 'Apple'.
> 3) Should I request to reopen bug 207725
You can reopen it yourself if it isn't fixed, but I'd at least follow up
to the bug with the information you have.
Earthling Michel Dänzer \ Debian (powerpc), XFree86 and DRI developer
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